Louisiana workers who are injured on the job can face an entire spectrum of impacts. It all depends on the severity of the injury itself. Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South LLP are here to help you determine the impacts of a catastrophic injury after determining if what you have falls under that category.
Louisiana sees its fair share of vehicle collisions. So far in 2017, the most dangerous time of year appears to be the spring, with over 4,000 crashes occurring each month between March and May.
There are many causes for damaged nerves, and Louisiana residents like you could end up dealing with the inconvenient and painful consequences. If you notice any of the following signs or symptoms, it could mean that your nerves have suffered from some sort of trauma.
Louisiana residents spend a lot of time talking on their cell phones. We at the office of Lundy, Lundy, Soileau & South strive to expose the dangers of excessive exposure to cell phone radiation, which many people are not even aware that they are exposed to.
As ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft have made their way to Louisiana, many have assumed that these services will help reduce the number of drunk drivers on the roads. Whether or not this is true depends on which study a person discusses.
Parents in Louisiana may still be picking up the last items on their children's back to school supply lists, but a new study shows they may need to be worrying about the safety of roads surrounding the school itself.
Louisiana drivers understand the risks associated with getting behind the wheel, but many may not realize that injuries resulting from a car accident can sometimes take time to appear. While a broken bone or a laceration may be a clear sign of injury, after an accident, it is important to be aware of other common injuries that may become apparent in a few days.
Louisiana motorists know they need to take added precautions when sharing the road with a nearby motorcycle, given the added risk the rider faces from exposure, and a recent motorcycle accident on the set of a movie has highlighted these concerns.
The approaching fall season brings the exciting events of a new school semester, fall holidays and, of course, football. Louisiana football season is much like any other in America, wherein a plethora of fans frequently gather to view the sport as a community. When one considers the physical injuries that can occur from contact sports, especially those pertaining to the spinal cord, the thrill of such sports can quickly appear grim.
Louisiana residents like you expect for the products you buy to be safe and accurately labeled. Unfortunately, that isn't always the case. At Lundy Lundy Soileau South LLP, we help you work through difficult cases in which you've been harmed by a faulty product.